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National Science Foundation. Office for the International Decade of Ocean Exploration; Oceanic School of New YorkRivers of the sea (1975)

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Alternative Title: Rivers of the sea: The story of GEOSECS

Description: Film about GEOSECS, the Geochemical Ocean Sections Study, a global survey of the three-dimensional distribution of chemical, isotopic and radiochemical tracers in the ocean. George Veronis of Yale University speaks about models for ocean layers and circulation in the world ocean, and data gathering by R.V. Melville (SIO) and R.V. Knorr (WHOI). Extensive footage onboard SIO’s R.V. Melville shows scientific and shipboard operations during GEOSECS, including recreational activities. Throughout the film, Wallace S. Broecker of Columbia University discusses GEOSECS work on board R.V. Melville. SIO’s Harmon Craig discusses GEOSECS data collection and cruise legs. R.V, Melville is shown in port in Tahiti, along with various shore-based activities. Peter G. Brewer of Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution discusses work with Wallace S. Broecker. Arnold Bainbridge, Project Director of the GEOSECS Operations Group, discusses GEOSECS data archiving on magnetic disks packs. Harmon Craig’s Isotope Laboratory at SIO is shown processing seawater samples to measure radioisotopes. A ‘Crossing the Line’ ceremony is shown, wherein those who are crossing the Equator for the first time onboard ship, are initiated by King Neptune’s Court. R.V. Melville’s homecoming to San Diego at SIO’s Marine Facilities is shown.

Source: 1 Reel of 1: Film: 16mm

Note: Original film is out of sync.

Collection: Harmon Bushnell Craig Papers, 1948-2003

Call Number: 2003-33

Rights: Public domain. No restrictions on use.


Digitized by the California Audiovisual Preservation Project (CAVPP).


This movie is part of the collection: UC San Diego Library

Producer: National Science Foundation. Office for the International Decade of Ocean Exploration; Oceanic School of New York
Audio/Visual: Sound, Color
Language: English
Keywords: californialightandsound
Contact Information: UC San Diego Library, 9500 Gilman Dr., La Jolla, CA 92093, Telephone: (858) 534-3336, http://libraries.ucsd.edu

Creative Commons license: Public Domain Mark 1.0


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